Online Courses at Randolph College

2023-2024

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Registration for Spring 2024 sessions are open.  Interested students are encouraged to contact us for pre-registration information.

Earn College Credit OnlineAffordable online classes open to the public

Randolph College is pleased to offer online classes for college credit.

Courses are open to the general public in addition to current Randolph students. All courses are taught by Randolph College faculty.

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Graduate CoursesContinuing Education for Teachers

Randolph, in partnership with VESi, also offers graduate courses for teachers and educators seeking Continuing Education Units or Graduate Credit Hours.

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Calendar

Courses are taught throughout the academic year over six sessions.

Fall 1: Aug 24 – Oct 13, 2023
Fall 2: Oct 23 – Dec 15, 2023
Spring 1: Jan 11 – Mar 1, 2024
Spring 2: Mar 11 – Apr 30, 2024
Summer 1: May 20 – Jun 25, 2024
Summer 2: Jul 8 – Aug 9, 2024

Registration

Step 1: Submit the application for admission.

Step 2: Once accepted, you will receive a code to access the registration system.

Billing & Payment

Once you register, you will be billed by Randolph College – the first billing may be as late as May, even if you register earlier. If you are enrolled for both 5-week sessions, you will be billed separately for each session.

Payment is due in full by the start of class(s). Payment options include cash, check, credit card and Financial Aid (eligibility varies based on student). A Monthly Payment Plan is not available.

Accreditation

Randolph College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). Learn more.

Tuition and Fees

Tuition for most undergraduate courses is $1,500.  Lab science courses are $1,125 for the course and $750 for the lab component.

Physics and astronomy lab courses require an additional $75 fee for lab kits which will be delivered to you. Lab kits for other lab courses must be purchased separately.

Costs for textbooks and course material will vary by course.

Financial Aid

To receive financial aid for summer, students must complete the Summer Aid Request Form. To learn more about financial aid availability for summer, please contact Financial Aid.

Federal Student Aid: To receive federal aid, students must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours and have filed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Make sure to add our Federal School Code – 003734. Federal student aid includes the PELL grant (if applicable), Direct Subsidized and/or Unsubsidized Loan, or the Parent PLUS loan. You may have eligibility for student loans (Subsidized and/or Unsubsidized) that you can use for your summer billing.

Federal regulations do not allow students to receive federal financial aid from two schools at the same time. If you are a current degree-seeking student at Randolph College and are enrolled at another institution, you may be eligible to receive aid through a Consortium Agreement.

Non-Federal Aid: Some alternative/private loans do not require minimum credit hours nor a FAFSA. You can view available options for alternative/private student loans at FastChoice.

Randolph College Aid: Please note that Randolph College scholarship and grant aid is not available for summer courses.

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What Our Students Say

I also wanted to let you know that this has by far been the best online class I’ve ever taken. I definitely learned a lot and even found out I kinda like physics. :D

-B. Epperson

Course Offerings

 Spring and Summer 2024

  • All
  • 1st Session Fall A
  • 2nd Session Fall B
  • 3rd Session Spring A
  • 4th Session Spring B
  • 5th Session Summer A
  • 6th Session Summer B
  • Ancient Languages
  • Astronomy
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Education
  • English
  • General Education
  • Greek
  • Hebrew
  • Lab Sciences for Non-Majors
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Political Science
  • Religious Studies
  • Sport and Exercise Studies
  • STEM

CHEM 1105 – General Chemistry I

Summer 1: May 20 – June 25

CHEM 1106 – General Chemistry II

Spring 2: March 11 – April 30
Summer 2: July 8 – August 9

HEBR 1111 – Elementary Biblical Hebrew

Summer 1: May 20 – June 25
Summer 2: July 8 – August 9

HEBR 1112 – Elementary Biblical Hebrew

Summer 1: May 20 – June 25
Summer 2: July 8 – August 9

MATH 1149 – Calculus I

Summer 1: May 20 – June 25

PHYS 1105 – Introductory Physics I

Spring 1: January 11 – March 1
Summer 1: May 20 – June 25

PHYS 1105L – Introductory Physics I Lab

Spring 1: January 11 – March 1
Summer 1: May 20 – June 25

PHYS 1106 – Introductory Physics II

Spring 2: March 11 – April 30
Summer 2: July 8 – August 9

PHYS 1106L – Introductory Physics II Lab

Spring 2: March 11 – April 30
Summer 2: July 8 – August 9

PHYS 1115 – General Physics I

Summer 1: May 20 – June 25

PHYS 1116 – General Physics II

Summer 1: May 20 – June 25
Summer 2: July 8 – August 9

PHYS 1116L – General Physics II Lab

Summer 1: May 20 – June 25
Summer 2: July 8 – August 9

PHYS 3301 – Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers

Summer 1: May 20 – June 25
Summer 2: July 8 – August 9

SES 1165 – Lifetime Wellness

Summer 2: July 8 – August 9

WRIT 1103 – Writing in College

Summer 1: May 20 – June 25

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